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eWEEK DEEP DIVE: In this article, Walls, chief architect of IBM’s Flash Systems storage organization, provides insights into the current state of enterprise storage. Walls is particularly well-suited to that task since his remarkable three-decade-long IBM career spans key evolutions in modern...
ENTERPRISE NEWS: The new Clustered Network instances consist of bare metal servers running an RDMA network on top of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
MxIQ data analytics product is said to give users real-time visibility into their private cloud and multi-cloud environments to eliminate storage and data-movement issues before they occur and also obtain insights into key performance metrics.
eWEEK DEEP DIVE, PART I: CEO Mark Hurd is the chief taskmaster in persuading old-line, institutional Oracle customers to move their humongous billing, ERP and other well-entrenched systems to a new paradigm that will take them safely ahead in the 21st century.
Virtustream Enterprise Cloud is built to run complex, mission-critical enterprise applications such as SAP, with a full suite of professional and managed services. It offers high availability and performance.
Geospatial information system (GIS) solutions, which make sense of location-aware data and turn it into usable insights, are driving major disruptions across multiple sectors.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: HCI offers a compelling solution for complex IT environments, and enterprises that were early adopters of the technology have taken its potential to the bank.
Combination of two longtime rivals expected to establish a unified Hadoop and industry standard platform that will cover data management from data center, to the cloud, to the edge and to AI.
Flash storage pioneer, which has seen hard times, has fine-tuned its strategy and is going only after what it calls the “extreme-performance” storage market. It also has a new hot-shot flash array to talk about.
It’s not enough to plan for the technical aspects of data recovery only. To ensure continued long term-success, businesses must also consider the financial costs associated with deploying a fail-proof disaster recovery plan across the business.